Sheraton Houston West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... On the other hand, i dont think i would ever try skydiving, ever! :) Another place to visit is the NASA museum, which i missed too because we woke up late and missed the shuttle. There was just one trip from the hotel that departs from 8 or 9 am. The trip will take about 5 hours according to the receptionist.
Initially i wanted to go to the "Outlet", where they said i can buy cheap Michael Kors, Coach and other designer items in a cheap ...
... options. Taking all of the craziness in, I headed out to my original connecting flight gate to see if they could do anything for me there. As I walked I passed the main United Customer service area, smothered by a line of people that never seemed to move; it resembled a last stand of a handful of staff crouched behind a counter as a horde of slow moving and zombies approached, relentless and driven. With no weapons at their disposal but the promise of delays and cancellations, ...